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Tours Included With Sightseeing Pass

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If you have the New York City Sightseeing Pass, you can join our New York Tours below for free!

Tours included with your New York pass are completely free, but you must bring a valid pass and show it to your tour guide at check-in.

Here are the steps to take full advantage of your pass:

1. Select one of the tours below, and choose the date of your visit.
2. Reserve your free tour by entering your credit card. Your card will not be charged unless you don’t show your valid New York pass(es) at the start of the tour.
3. Reserve additional tours under the pass by selecting “Add another tour.”

Pass rescheduling and refunds

You can always reschedule as long as your New York pass is valid for the day of the tour. If your New York pass is no longer valid on your rescheduled tour date, you’ll be charged for the full amount of the tour. After you’ve rescheduled once, there are no refunds if you decide not to take the tour.

NYC tours available with the pass

12 PM daily • 2 hours • Spring Street Park (corner of 6th Avenue and Spring Street) Map

SoHo, Little Italy, Chinatown Walking Tour

  • Hear stories of immigrants coming together in this melting pot of many different cultures.
  • Slip into local establishments and sample authentic ethnic snacks.
  • Catch celebrities in the Cast-Iron District of SoHo, featuring trendy shops on cobblestone streets.
  • Learn the history of Mafia hits and Chinese gangs that once ruled these streets.
  • Window-shop the chic boutiques and galleries filling former slaughterhouses and meat markets.

How much walking is there?

There’s 2-3 miles of walking at a moderate pace.

Is there food or shopping during the tour?

There may be short stops during the tour to purchase different types of ethnic foods. However, there’s no opportunity to sit down and eat a meal — we have a lot to cover! There’s no time built in for shopping, but your guide can direct you to any shopping areas of interest when the tour has ended, and you’ll enjoy plenty of window-shopping as you stroll the different neighborhoods.

When should I get there?

Plan to show up 15 minutes early. The tour starts promptly, and you may not be able to catch up if you arrive late.

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9:30 AM daily • 2 hours • In front of Chelsea Market (15th Street and 9th Avenue, NW corner) Map

The High Line and Chelsea Tour

  • Stroll through urban meadows above the city to enjoy natural scenery and art installations.
  • Sample the world-renowned flavors of Chelsea Market.
  • Hear the legends of Death Avenue and the tales of the West Side Cowboys.
  • View the Hudson River waterfront from the unique vantage point of the High Line.
  • Visit the formerly industrial, now sophisticated Meatpacking District.

How much walking is there?
There’s 2-3 miles of walking at a moderate pace. If you’re traveling with a stroller or wheelchair, the High Line also has elevator access instead of stairs, but we can’t guarantee the elevator will be working.

When should I get there?
Plan to show up 15 minutes early. The tour starts promptly, and you may not be able to catch up if you arrive late.

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1:30 PM daily • 2 hours • Waverly Place & 6th Avenue (southwest corner) Map

Greenwich Village Tour

  • See the stomping grounds of Hendrix, Bob Dylan and Edgar Allen Poe.
  • Stand where the first battle-lines were drawn in the fight for gay rights.
  • Visit Washington Square Park, a peaceful oasis built atop a forgotten cemetery.
  • Snap photos of scenes from movies and TV, including the apartment from “Friends."

How much walking is there?
There’s 2-3 miles of walking at a moderate pace.

When should I get there?
Plan to show up 15 minutes early. The tour starts promptly, and you may not be able to catch up if you arrive late.

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9 AM daily • 2 hours • 24 Broad Street Map

Lower Manhattan Walking Tour: Wall Street and 9/11

  • Visit American landmarks like Federal Hall, where George Washington became president.
  • Walk the Financial District to see the New York Stock Exchange, the Charging Bull, and a famous tree.
  • Hear dramatic stories from American history, such as the Hamilton-Burr duel or the “race for the sky.”
  • Reflect on the heroism and tragedy of September 11th at the 9/11 Memorial.
  • Tour the Canyon of Heroes at Battery Park, birthplace of the “ticker-tape parade.”
  • Enjoy views of the Statue of Liberty as seen from across the bay.

How much walking is there?
We cover about 2 miles in Lower Manhattan at a leisurely pace.

Does this tour go inside the 9/11 Museum?
This tour covers the 9/11 Memorial but does not go inside the 9/11 Museum.

When should I get there?
Plan to show up 15 minutes early. The tour starts promptly, and you may not be able to catch up if you arrive late.

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4 PM daily • 1 hour 45 minutes • George M Cohan Statue, Times Square (46th Street and Broadway) Map

Broadway and Times Square Insider Tour

  • Get to know Times Square and Broadway with personal stories from our guides, each a professional actor or director.
  • Hear about stars like Judy Garland, Humphrey Bogart, and Julie Andrews.
  • Get insider tips on what shows to see, upcoming opening nights, and how to score tickets.
  • See Hell’s Kitchen, once the domain of street gangs and struggling playwrights.
  • Learn about the history, legends and superstitions of the Great White Way.
  • Visit famous Broadway sites like Sardi’s, Shubert Alley, the Edison Hotel, and more.

Does the tour go inside theaters?
No, this is primarily an outdoor tour that gives you a firsthand insider’s perspective of the industry. You may go inside buildings such as the Edison Hotel or New York Marriott Marquis.

How much walking is there?
We cover about 1 mile at a leisurely pace, and the walking route is fairly level.

When should I get there?
Plan to show up 15 minutes early. The tour starts promptly, and you may not be able to catch up if you arrive late.

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